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NewTek TriCaster Studio Live Production with Switcher, Titler & Keyer


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  • Live Production: The Tricaster Studio offers standard component, composite and Y/C camera input connections along with mic and standard audio inputs to actualize a multi-camera live production. The output can be recorded, presented or streamed.
  • Live Internet Streaming: Internet or intranet streaming is accomplished using the same input as live productions and outputting through an Internet connection. The GUI offers an easy set up with an IP address for easy user access and viewing.
  • Professional Titling: An internal titler allows the user to create titles of many sizes, colors and styles; the titles can roll, crawl or utilize a special effect. Titles can be stored and recalled for user convenience.
  • Media Editing: Media can be captured and edited into a clip for roll in capability.
  • File Formats Video: DV, AVI, WMV, MPEG-1, Images: png, bmp, jpg, tga, psd, Audio: wav, mp3
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 22 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22 pounds
  • ASIN: B003BDRSCQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

The NewTek TriCaster Studio Live Production Studio is a live switcher, titler, media streamer, media capture device and media storage device all in one. This device comes in a very manageable housing with keyboard, mouse and some cables. It can be used to create a multiple camera shoot with roll in video, titles and special effects then stream it as live media through a network connection. Standard video outputs allow a live shoot to be recorded to tape, disk or presented to a large DLP, Projector or monitor. The TriCaster Studio is a step up from the TriCaster Pro offering more input and output options and more production tools.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mark L. Neuman on June 8, 2012
We purchased this to replace a Panasonic AG-MX70 that was beginning to fail. It does that and much much more. It installed extremely easily, and took up much less space. We connected it to a 27" monitor and wow. We were also able to take out a bank of monitors, a larger preview and program monitor, an audio mixer and a digital video storage unit. With little more than a keyboard and mouse now on the desk portion of our control room we were able to regain much needed real estate. It offers fantastic transition patterns, the ability to run multiple digital videos on demand as sources, isolate camera recordings, do titling and downstream keys with great ease. With the old Panasonic we had to use an external PC to create and manage keys. We were able to eliminate that as well. It has digital editing features we haven't begun to use yet, but look promising. We televise public meetings and used to run a USB video to a cat 5 converter to another converter in our control room to show PowerPoint slides used in the meeting. This has a feature that will allow any computer screen (PC or Mac) on our network to display as an external source directly in the Tricaster. This also allows us to eliminate those items as well.

In addition to studio use we do remote productions including an upcoming 4th of July parade. In the past we have taken several cases of equipment that can be not only eliminated by the Tricaster, but our production value in the field just went through the roof.

Our three main outputs are to our cable access channel, authoring DVDs, and web streaming. All of which are done in standard definition. This particular unit is SD and allows us to continue to use our cameras and other devices easily.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Troy B. on October 8, 2013
I owned three different NewTek Tricaster units, two VT5 cards and hardware and a Tricaster Studio. I had to keep returning the VT5 cards because they started to cause terrible color rendering on camera inputs. After complaining to NewTek, I traded the last VT5 in for a all-in-one Studio box, hoping to have better reliability. NO CHANCE. After one year, the unit dropped frames during recording every time we cut between cameras during live production. Then finally, the unit froze on startup and failed to boot up. Calls to NewTek always gave the same response, open up the unit and reseat all the cards. I did this several times a year with the VT5 cards and had to start doing this for the Studio.

I won't buy another NewTek unit. I will look for hardware based solutions that don't rely on a computer operating system. Our systems were only used once a week for church services. I need something more reliable. A unit that will turn on and function without fail week after week.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By broadcastparts on January 16, 2014
I have to say this has been a reliable unit even though I was nervous about the system running on windows. I bought the smaller unit first and one of the channels was DOA. I upgraded at the time to the studio which I have streamed over 40,000 hours LIVE and the unit has not been very glitchy which runs to this day. I would say if you don't run something like this on a UPS you will have glitches as with all computer devices. I have seen the delay switching between channels, but from my experience that is caused by hard drive being near full or not defragging regularly (it is windows XP). I remotely operated the unit most of the time and it only had a 3 second delay. This allowed for remote operation 90% of the time. I am glad I did not have the previous reviewer's experience!
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